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Dining at The Feathers in Holt, Norfolk.

The Feathers, Holt

The Feathers Hotel in Holt is a historic, Grade II Listed building that has been a place to socialise as early as 1650...

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The bar area at The Brisley Bell in Norfolk.

The Brisley Bell

The Brisley Bell is a great base to discover all that Norfolk has to offer and you can come back to some wonderful food, a great selection of drink and a totally cosy bedroom. Oh, and dogs are very welcome indeed.

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The Wiveton Bell in North Norfolk.

The Wiveton Bell

Situated a mile from Blakeney, close to the unspoilt salt marshes of the North Norfolk Coast, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Great food, drink and dogs always welcome.

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The Globe Inn at Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk.

The Globe, Wells

Overlooking the pretty, leafy Georgian square in the bustling seaside town of Wells-next-the-Sea, perfectly placed for an adventure on the fabulous North Norfolk coast.

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The Conservatory Restaurant at Titchwell Manor Hotel.

Titchwell Manor

Multi award-winning and recipient of 3 AA Rosettes. Modern European cuisine in the Conservatory Restaurant or satisfying Classic dishes in the Eating Rooms, the emphasis here is very much on enjoying good food in a great atmosphere.

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The Terrace at The White Horse Brancaster Staithe.

The White Horse Restaurant

We have experience dining at The White Horse Brancaster Staithe from breakfast to dinner, and all in between; always a wonderful experience. You have to check out eating Marshside.

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The Jolly Sailors, Brancaster Staithe, Norfolk.

The Jolly Sailors

The bar offers a wide selection of real ales and guest beers. Being the associated pub of the independent, family-owned Brancaster Brewery, The Jolly Sailors has many of this breweries’ ales on tap.

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The Neptune Inn restaurant.

The Neptune Restaurant

Michelin Starred, The Neptune Restaurant with Rooms at Old Hunstanton is exceptional on so many levels that it must be visited at least once when visiting the area. And if you are lucky enough to reside in Norfolk then this charming treasure is more than worth the journey.

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